A closed roundtable meeting. Darfur which way? The Sudanese Government point of view.
This roundtable explored the economic situation in low income countries (LICs) and the role of the International Monetary Fund.
Cash transfer as part of a social security program in Northeastern Kenya
Cash transfer as part of a social security program in Northeastern Kenya.
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Credit: Colin Crowley
The focus of the roundtable session was on how citizen involvement in cash transfer programme governance and accountability can help support broader state-citizen relations.
Roundtable with Chief Alan Kyerematen, former Minister of Trade and Industry, Ghana exploring how developing countries can best trade themselves out of poverty.
This roundtable explored development finance institutions and their linkages with job creation and structural change.
This roundtable aims to bring together various stake holders from the UN, humanitarian agencies, regional bodies, government representatives, military, police and security bodies to explore policy and operational debates relating to civil-military coordina tion in disaster management in the Americas region.
Creating better links between small-scale farmers and firms in supply chains is a pressing issue for agricultural development in Africa. This event draws on the findings of research carried out by researchers in the Futures Agricultures Consortiumand the Leaping & Learning programme with colleagues from Agriculture for Impact.
On 4 February the Humanitarian Practice Network brought together senior representatives of international organisations, NGOs, and UK government ministries working in relation to Kenya and Somalia. The discussion covered the implications of the 13 December announcement by the Kenyan government that stated it would no longer be registering urban refugees, and any refugees currently living in urban areas should relocate to designated camps. The discussion was held under the Chatham House Rule and participation was by invitation.
This roundtable brought together various stake holders from the UN, humanitarian agencies, regional bodies, government representatives, and military and security bodies to explore policy and operational debates relating to civil-military coordination in disaster management in the Asia-Pacific region.